[size=36]Parliamentary Finance calls for an inventory of all state real estate and its classification[/size]
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the Finance Committee, headed by Representative Atwan Al-Atwani, and in the presence of a number of its members, hosted today, Saturday, the Director General of the State Real Estate Department, Nadia Rasheed, and the Assistant Director General, Alia Nizar; To discuss the state's real estate file, at the committee's headquarters.
A statement by the House of Representatives Media Department stated, "The chairman of the committee at the beginning of hosting welcomed the guests," stressing that "there are a number of observations that constitute a great responsibility that necessitate following up on the department's procedures regarding them."
And he stressed "the need to develop a feasibility study for investing the lands belonging to the state in order to reach results that are in the public interest," revealing that "many projects have stopped due to the failure to conclude contracts for their implementation by the concerned authorities, while he asked for a clear vision for the institution to benefit from these real estate for the public treasury."
For her part, the Director General of the State Real Estate Department, Nadia Rasheed, confirmed, "Work is working to solve the existing problems according to steps to be taken, adding that proposals are put in place to amend the internal system of the department, revealing an inventory and preliminary inventory of real estate, while the final inventory is done in coordination with the real estate registry."
It stated that it "is working to complete the system to solve a lot of red tape and eliminate corruption, based on the law and acting in the public interest."
The committee stressed “finding a clear mechanism for investing state land and how to use it according to the economic vision, as well as a feasibility study to determine the rent of residential real estate, finding an economic philosophy in the rental process, and the exploitation of unoccupied lands, in addition to the importance of carrying out administrative reforms in the State Real Estate Department, in order to development of this sector.
The committee requested "an inventory of all state properties and their classification, as part of non-oil revenues, in addition to the revenues generated from renting those properties." Ended 29